Best Airports for a Long Layover

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With everything from movie theaters to golf courses, these airports are destinations unto themselves.

Zurich Airport

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It's easy to navigate this busy European airport, thanks in part to an extensive renovation (think two rooftop terraces, a kids zone and more) that wrapped up in 2011 and the ongoing reconstruction of Terminal 2. All of the little things add up: There are 16 locker-style cell phone charging stations, rooms for sleeping and showering, plenty of shops and restaurants and even bikes and in-line skates for rent. One especially fun touch is the Skymetro rail between Terminals A and E, which pipes in the bucolic sounds of the Alps. Tip: Indulge your yen for fine chocolate at the Sprüngli Café. zurich-airport.com

Best Airports for a Long Layover

Zurich Airport

It's easy to navigate this busy European airport, thanks in part to an extensive renovation (think two rooftop terraces, a kids zone and more) that wrapped up in 2011 and the ongoing reconstruction of Terminal 2. All of the little things add up: There are 16 locker-style cell phone charging stations, rooms for sleeping and showering, plenty of shops and restaurants and even bikes and in-line skates for rent. One especially fun touch is the Skymetro rail between Terminals A and E, which pipes in the bucolic sounds of the Alps. Tip: Indulge your yen for fine chocolate at the Sprüngli Café. zurich-airport.com

Courtesy of Zurich Airport
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